0290710279

02 9071 0279 is a Fixed Line Telephone Number which is located in Sydney, NSW 1001 and could be provided by Primus Telecommunications Pty Limited.

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    02 9071 0279 is a Fixed Line Telephone Number which is located in Sydney, NSW 1001 and could be provided by Primus Telecommunications Pty Limited.

    However, number 02 9071 0279 might be spoofed by scammers who will manipulate the number so that the call appears to be coming from a local or well-known phone number, making it more likely to be trusted or answered.

    Until now, phone number 0290710279 has received 7 reports with an average rating of 1 out of 5 and the most recent user rating left for this phone number was 1 out of 5. If you have a different experience with this number, please leave your own review.

    So far, Caller ID 0290710279 has a history of being a scam call. In total, this number has been found to be fraudulent 7 times. The last time this phone number was reported as a scam was on 13 August 2022.

    The number 02 9071 0279 could also be written in many formats such as 0290710279, (02) 9071 0279, 02 90710279, +61290710279, 0061290710279, 01161290710279, +61 2 9071 0279, 00 61 2 9071 0279, 011 61 2 9071 0279.

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    I got a voicemail from this number. After checking above reviews I was expecting Amazon or Telstra scam message. It was a recorded message with Chinese voice. I’m not Chinese!

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    Edelstein

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    Number has been disguised and it is disconnected. Beware - Amazon scam from Indian call centre. Don't answer.

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    Orvis

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    Amazon about renewal of non-existent Amazon Account, will charge me $99.00.

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    Bronstein

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    Who loves playing with these dumb scammers?

    I love it how they all call saying they are from a company in Australia. When I ask what there address is they cant answer. Anyway this dumb scammer said she was from Telstra and my internet was corrupt, lol shes on the line the phone................ looser.

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    STUPID DUMB SCAMMER said she was from Telstra, she was rude by hanging up after I asked her what colour her sexy underpants were. Hope it was not Telstra on the other end LOL.

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    Byrnes

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    Claiming to be from the Cyber Security Department.

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    Basil

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    Amazon scammer, trying to talk me into installing remote desktop app.

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    Telephone scammers try to steal your money or personal information. Scams may come through phone calls from real people, robocalls, or text messages.

    Call or message may be a scam if:

    • You're asked for personal information or money;
    • Text messages tell you to urgently click a link or call a number;
    • The call or text pretends to be from someone you trust like your phone company or bank;
    • You're being threatened or made to feel scared;
    • The caller wants to access and control your computer.

    To protect yourself:

    • Don't answer if you don't know who it is. Let the call go to voicemail.
    • If a caller leaves a message claiming to be from known organisation, cross check the number the call came from against the organisation's official website.
    • Never share any personal information about yourself or your bank details.
    • Don't click on any links. Never let a stranger take control of your computer.
    • Do not send any money.
    • Block calls on your mobile phone. Your phone company can tell you how to block calls to your home phone.

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